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We all love the classics. I loved Snap, Crackle, and Pop as a kid, especially the marshmallow krispie treats that always seemed to show up in school. What a great day that was! But I can’t eat those now, so I came up with a version that wouldn’t make me feel so sick…(Read More)

Your Body Will Love this Berry Kale Smoothie How do you get the energy you need? How do you get someone to eat kale (one of the most nutrient packed veggies out there) who thinks it tastes nasty? How do you jump start your day with fiber, antioxidants, and protein? You knock back this kick…(Read More)

PB&J Overnight Oats

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What are Overnight Oats? Overnight oats are oats you don’t have to cook. Score! All you do is put all the ingredients in a jar, let them sit overnight, and wa-la. You have breakfast in the morning. Take to work, or eat at home. Either way, no cooking required. And for me, that…(Read More)

For this month’s Recipe Redux Challenge we were asked to recreate a favorite meal we had on vacation into a healthier version. If you read my blog post The Best Food I Ate in Boston, you may recall the brick oven pizza in the North End I raved about. Gluten-free, pesto, and topped…(Read More)

Kale Apple Pesto

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Kale Pesto is the Bomb! How do you get those super healthy greens into your diet? This Kale Pesto Recipe is the bomb baby! It makes it easy to eat your kale and combines it with other super power foods, like nuts and apples. Full of fiber, Omega 3s, Vitamins A and B, Calcium and…(Read More)

Kid-Friendly Quinoa Starts with Familiar Flavors Kids can be picky eaters. Many prefer foods and flavors that are familiar. Even if they ate a wide array of foods at a young age, they often become more picky by the age of 4 until they are teenagers. If you have a less adventurous eater at…(Read More)

You Don’t Need to Add Sugar to Applesauce Why? Because sugar is a way to cover up lack of flavor. When food is tasty, natural sweetness sings. Chuck your sugar out the window – it’s not needed here. My nephew houses this applesauce.┬áHe will eat 3-4 servings. As will my husband, brother…(Read More)